Strong Tests of Developmental Ordering Hypotheses: Integrating Evidence From the Second Moment, James A. Dixon.

The Mutual Influence of Marital Conflict and Children's Behavior Problems: Shared and Non-Shared Family Risks, Jennifer M. Jenkins, Judy Dunn, Thomas G. O'Connor, Jon Rasbash, and Anna Simpson.

Reconceptualizing Children's Suggestibility: Bidirectional and Temporal Properties, Livia L. Gilstrap and Stephen J. Ceci.

Children's Implicit Learning of Graphotactic and Morphological Regularities, Sébastien Pacton, Michel Fayol, and Pierre Perruchet.

The Impact of Early Institutional Rearing on the Ability to Discriminate Facial Expressions of Emotion: An Event-Related Potential Study, Susan W. Parker, Charles A. Nelson, and the BEIP Core Group.

Gesture As a Window on Children's Beginning Understanding of False Belief, Stephanie M. Carlson, Antoinette Wong, Margaret Lemke, and Caron Cosser.

Infants Can Learn Decontextualized Words Before Their First Birthday, Graham Schafer.

Theory of Mind May Be Contagious, but You Don't Catch It From Your Twin, Kimberly Wright Cassidy, Deborah Shaw Fineberg, Kimberly Brown, and Alexis Perkins.

Young Children's Beliefs About the Relationship Between Gender and Aggressive Behavior, Jessica W. Giles and Gail D. Heyman.

Are A-Not-B Errors Caused by a Belief About Object Location?, Ted Ruffman, Lance Slade, Juan Carlos Sandino, and Amanda Fletcher.

Maternal Nonstandard Work Schedules and Child Cognitive Outcomes, Wen-Jui Han.

Human Newborns Prefer Human Milk: Conspecific Milk Odor Is Attractive Without Postnatal Exposure, Luc Marlier and Benoist Schaal.

Face Processing in Infancy: Developmental Changes in the Use of Different Kinds of Relational Information, Ramesh S. Bhatt, Evelin Bertin, Angela Hayden, and Andrea Reed.

Social Functioning and Adjustment in Chinese Children: The Imprint of Historical Time, Xinyin Chen, Guozhen Cen, Dan Li, and Yunfeng He.

Single Mothers' Employment Dynamics and Adolescent Well-Being, Ariel Kalil and Kathleen M. Ziol-Guest.

Behavioral Approach-Inhibition in Toddlers: Prediction From Infancy, Positive and Negative Affective Components, and Relations With Behavior Problems, Samuel P. Putnam and Cynthia A. Stifter.

Anxious Solitude Across Context: Girls' Interactions With Familiar and Unfamiliar Peers, Heidi Gazelle, Martha Putallaz, Yan Li, Christina L. Grimes, Janis B. Kupersmidt, and John D. Coie.

Attention in Preschoolers: Associations With Effortful Control and Motivation, Florence Chang and Barbara M. Burns.

Prenatal Hormones and Parental Socialization as Determinants of Make-Typical Toy Play in Girls With CAH, Vickie L. Pasterski, Mitchell E. Geffner, Caroline Brain, Peter Hindmarsh, Charles Brook, and Melissa Hines.

When Less Is More: How Infants Learn to Form an Abstract Categorical Representation of Support, Marianella Casasola.